November '19

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NOVEMBER 2019 THE SHOP 99 Toyota Half-Shaft Axle Upgrades GForce Performance Engineering, Wichita, Kansas, presents its Outlaw and Renegade Half-Shaft Axle Upgrades for 1993-'98 A80 Toyota Supra and Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ/Toyota FT86 applications. The upgrades feature one-piece, CNC-machined stubs and include aircraft-grade certified alloys for strength. Both axles are ready for the strip with anti-wheel-hop technology, a direct bolt-in fit, powder-coating and a black e-coat finish on the outer stubs that protects against harsh conditions without impeding spline engagement. Throttle Body Wilson Manifolds, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, presents the FatMouth throttle body. At 105mm, it can flow 2,000-plus cfm and utilizes all-billet construction and stainless steel ball bearings. The throttle body fits both 4150 and 4500 flanges (must be machined to use 4500 pattern) and is also compatible with all nitrous plates. Mustang GT Long-Tube Headers Ultimate Headers, Berea, Ohio, presents Long-Tube Headers for 2015- '20 Ford Mustang GT applications. Made from 321 stainless steel for strength, the headers include investment cast flanges for durability and a unique look, along with investment cast elbows that provide a smooth flow out of the head for more power and a tight, compact fit. The headers are available for manual and automatic transmission cars, and each set includes ARP header bolts and Cometic HTS gaskets and are made in the USA. WWW.BORLA.COM/INSTALLER 1-877-GO BORLA If more customers and profits sounds great, then let's talk about great sound. At Borla ® , we put more passion, investment and innovation into the sound of our exhaust systems than any other brand. To learn how that can boost your bottom line, let's talk. You're gonna like what you hear. Call for your free Borla ® Pro Installer catalog, or download at ProXS ™ and CrateMuffler ® , two of many popular Borla ® product lines for installers.

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